Clusters of greenish-white blooms open at night, filling the air with perfume.
One of few tropical shrubs for the night garden. Greenish-white flowers appear in airy clusters on woody, slightly arched branches. Thrives in loose soils, but keep plants steadily moist. Best treated as a tropical pot plant in cold areas.
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Beautiful smell, Plant Arrived in Great Condition!When this arrived, it looked very healthy, and I put it and the 3 other plants I ordered on the kitchen window sill all bunched together on a tray. My husband works nights, and when he got home one night soon thereafter, we were standing in the kitchen, and I said, "What smells like flowers?" He said he didn't smell it, but it was pretty flowery, so I looked around and then just let the thought go so I could continue talking with my husband. When it happened again a few days later, I turned around, looked at the little plants in the window, and thought, no, it can't be them, and sure enough, it was them or rather this one little, just-arrived Jasmine, which was, in fact, already blooming and scenting the air!!!! Point being, this thing was already loving life and beautifully contributing upon arrival! I went online and ordered a fancy Lechuza Cube planter for it so I can bring it in here in zone 7 when it turns cold. I highly recommend this plant from Burpee, which has also been withstanding the cool, damp weather we've been having this rainy May so far since I put it outside already.